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THE GAMBIAN HORTICULTURAL SECTOR

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MACROECONOMIC CONTEXT: PRODUCTION & TRADE

GLOBAL TRADE: EXPORTS OF FRUITS, NUTS AND VEGETABLES (VOLUME)

GLOBAL TRADE: IMPORTS OF FRUITS, NUTS AND VEGETABLES (VOLUME)

RASFF NOTIFICATIONS vs EXPORTS TO THE EU28

– SANITARY –

TRACES INTERCEPTIONS vs EXPORTS TO THE EU28

– PHYTOSANITARY –

Disclaimer: The data presented here is solely based on the reports published by TRACES (access here), which only include the official interceptions. There may sometimes be a delay between the rejection of consignments at the EU borders and the publication of interceptions in the reports (i.e. when laboratory analysis is required to confirm a species). Operators and competent authorities must be registered in the TRACES NT system to access all the information (rejections, interceptions, and others) in real time.

MARKET DEVELOPMENT STAGES

– GAMBIAN FRUIT AND VEGETABLES –

National Regional EU World
Potential Tomato paste, Mango juice Garlic, Peas, Mango fruit/juice, Tomato paste Beans, Peppers Brazil nuts, Beans
Developing Tomatoes, Onions, Cabbage, Eggplant, Okra, Peppers, Lettuce, Cucurbits, Carrots, Beans, Citrus, Mangoes (fresh and dried), Cashews, Papaya, Bananas Cashews, Other nuts Cashews, Mangoes, Papaya Cashews
Mature Groundnuts, Cassava Groundnut paste Mangoes, Asian vegetables, Green beans, Sugar, Snap/Mangetout peas
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